Kid Who Has Everything Sweater


Here’s a new toddler sweater to share with you all. Made in a light-weight cotton, it can be worn as a layer in Spring and Fall, or as a jacket on cool summer evenings. It is classy enough to be worn on special occasions, yet casual enough to be paired with jeans on a cool day.

This project was inspired by a client who hired me to design & knit a gift for a friend’s child. The friends were a wealthy NYC couple and the new baby would want for nothing, so my clients thought a hand-made gift would be a good choice. sweater1_webThus this classic sweater was born.

Available for purchase on Craftsy and Ravelry.

6sts x 8rows = 1 inch 2.5cm in Stockinette Stitch blocked loosely.
12m – 20” chest 50cm, 18m – 22” chest 55cm, 2T – 23” chest 58cm, 3T – 24” chest 61cm, 4T – 24.5” chest 62cm

In the 12m size there will not be enough stitches to fully complete the seed stitch panels on the front panels adjacent to the sleeves. After the first increase row you will be able to complete the seed stitch; after the second increase row you will be able to start the stockinette section between the seed stitch and the sleeves. Other sizes do not have this adjustment.




Available for purchase on Craftsy and Ravelry.


  1. Kay

    Kid Who Has Everything Sweater pattern

    The CO st count does not match marker placement count in next rows. Marker placement adds up as 63 (73, 81, 87, 95) for cast on amounts. Sizes 12 mo and 2T are both over by 2 sts.

  2. WindsweptMonique (Post author)

    You’re right! Thank you for catching the typos in the size 12m and 2T. I’m emailing you a corrected pattern right away and the corrected versions will be up on Ravelry and Craftsty shortly.


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